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(Pichon Lalande) A 1930 Pichon Lalande began the next flight seductively, and coffee was the first impression. Olive and a red and brown fruit mélange followed. There were flavors of wafer, tobacco and red citrus. The wine was in 92 point territory but fell a point every sip as the air attacked. Good thing I drank it in three sips . This was a solid effort given the fact that 1930 was about as difficult a vintage as you’ll find in the history of wine (90).
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